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APPENDICES

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Appendices

Appendices

Appendix A Guide For An EIA Reports

Appendix B Report Format and HAZOP Study and Checklists

Appendix B1 HAZOP Checklist for Sewage Treatment Plant

Appendix B2 HAZOP Checklist for Pump Station

Appendix C Basic Guide of Sewerage Layout Plan Submission in Digital Format

Appendix D Content for Operation and Maintenance Manuals

Appendix E Tabular Amounts of Performance Bond

Appendix F Standard Format for Performance Bond

Appendix G Bank Guarantee for Upgrading of Existing Public Sewerage System

Appendix H Letter of Indemnity for Upgrading Works

Appendix I Typical Project Signboard for Upgrading Works

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Appendix A Guide for an EIA Report

WATER SERVICES INDUSTRY ACT 2006

GUIDE FOR DETERMINING THE NEED FOR AN EIA

Developments of certain criteria will require an EIA study that covers its sewerage works
proposals. The EIA must be submitted and approved by the Department of Environment
(DOE) prior to detail sewerage works planning approval. However, regardless of the type and
size of a development, all sewerage works will need to submit a complete Environmental
Criteria Evaluation form.

Development EIA
As per the Environmental Quality Order (Prescribed Activities) (Environmental Impact Assessment),
1988, Schedule 7, for a development that covers an area of 50 hectares or greater, the developer must
obtain an EIA approval for the entire project. A section of the assessment must cover the sewerage
aspects of the development, which includes the network system, sewage treatment plants, and/or
sludge treatment facilities. The EIA must address land area requirements for the STP and ensure
sufficient buffer to minimize impact onto its surrounding developments. Buffer requirements as
stipulated in this guideline must be addressed.

Preliminary EIA
All STPs constructed by government or its appointed agents, and STPs constructed by developers
which are given permanent status and to be handed over as regional public STPs would require a
separate preliminary EIA approval from DOE.

Environmental Criteria Evaluation


The purpose of this criteria checklist is to ensure that the environmental impacts associated with the
plant are minimized when the plant becomes operational. The evaluation includes issues on siting the
plant, water quality and design with environmental considerations.

Procedure for EIA Approval for Development


EIAs shall be prepared according to the DOE’s guidelines and requirements covering all aspects of
sewerage works which includes network, sewage treatment plant and/or sludge treatment facilities,
where applicable.

The Commission shall be informed of any submissions to the DOE and a copy must be attached with
other application documents. The same shall be done once the EIA approval is received from the
DOE, highlighting the approval conditions. This is necessary, as EIA approval is part of the
Commission sewerage works approval procedure.

Note: All developments which do not fit the above development criteria are exempted from EIA
requirements.

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Appendix B Report Format for HAZOP Study and Checklist

GUIDE TO CARRY OUT HAZOP STUDY AND FORMAT FOR HAZOP REPORT ≥ 20,000 PE.

The methods presented here are not intended to be prescriptive and a certain amount of flexibility will
be required to apply these techniques to different types of projects with different contract strategies.

1.0 HAZOP Study

HAZOP study is a procedural tools designed to identify the safety and operability deficiencies in the
design of a treatment facility.

Once a potential cause has been identified in the HAZOP study, the HAZOP study team will identify
the potential consequences. If the cause is feasible, and the consequences severe enough, a member
of the study team may have to investigate the potential means of eliminating or reducing the problem.
“Fact finding” actions may also be raised if sufficient information is not available at the meeting to
discuss causes and consequences.

2.0 HAZOP Study Team Members

HAZOP Study ideally should have team members of multi-disciplines involved in the design and
operation of the plants. Team members must have a detailed knowledge of the design intentions
and/or intended operation of the plant. The team must contain people with sufficient knowledge and
experience to identify and understand the consequences and importance of deviation or deficiencies
pertaining to design of the plants.

3.0 Format of HAZOP Report

Upon ultimate completion of a HAZOP, i.e. once all actions have been satisfactorily resolved, a
HAZOP report will be produced and the report should consist but not limited to the followings:

1. Executive Summary
2. HAZOP Signoff Sheet
3. Introduction and Objective
4. HAZOP Methodology and Techniques
5. HAZOP Team, Attendance and Meeting Agenda
6. The minutes of the HAZOP Study conducted comprising issues raised and action or
safeguard taken to resolve the issues, significance of issues raised, amended detailed
drawings to suit the HAZOP requirements and signing off of actions by the
responsible party
7. Summary of findings and outcome of the Study
8. Conclusion

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Appendix B1 HAZOP Checklist for Sewage Treatment Plant

CHECKLIST
ITEMS TO BE IDENTIFIED IN THE DRAWINGS COMMENTS
YES NO

1.0 Overall Layout of Treatment Plant


1.1 General Layout
• Property are fenced and gated and the fence height.
• State where these problems/impacts occur and give
a description of the method employed in
controlling these impacts.
a. Odour Control
b. Noise Level
c. Visual (Landscape)
• Are all tanks and chambers above the safe flood
level and the highest flood level of the nearby
rivers/drain and design to what flood return period.
• Are there any buried pipelines or cables under
buildings within the treatment facility and is it
clearly indicated on the layout drawings.
• The layout of temporary diversion and location of
temporary treatment facilities.
• Where is the location of the screening bins and
what is the basis of sizing the bins area.
• Are lifting devices provided and state what type
and their location and capacity.

1.2 Access Road


• Is the facility located near to a public road to allow
immediate access to the plant/facility? If not, state
where is its access route.
• Are the ingress and egress routes to and from the
plant suitable for desludging tankers?
• Are the entrance and exit gate nearby the public
road
• Road access should be provided adjacent to the
equipment or crane extended to the nearest road.
• If fixed crane beam extends over the road,the
minimum vertical clearance shall be 5.5m.
• Adequate signage provided
• Head clearance for tanker trucks entering the gate
provided and what is the clearance height.\

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CHECKLIST
ITEMS TO BE IDENTIFIED IN THE DRAWINGS COMMENTS
YES NO
• Sufficient turning radius on the roads to enable
access and maneuverability for tankers and heavy
vehicles.
• Location of sludge desludging area is suitable for
tankers to access and empty the sludge into the
chamber.

1.3 Handrails/Guardrails and Access Ladders


• Have safety handrails or grating been installed at
walkways and around open holes at the plant?
• Toe plates and kick plates shall be fitted along the
outer edges of all walkways or ladders and shall
be part of the structure and not the floor panels.
Toe plates shall extends 100mm above the top
level of the floor panels. Floor panels shall be
sized so that each panel does not weight more
than 50 kg.
• Handrailing provided at all places where there is
potential of falling around al tanks and other
places where falling height is greater than 1.5m.
• Is staircases provided where height is greater than
300 mm. Fixed ladder to access working areas for
purposes of servicing, maintenance or normal
operation works.

1.4 Precaution Against Damp


• All wall mounted equipment is fitted with spacers
to provide minimum gap of 5 mm.
• All holes in equipment is sealed against the
ingress of water
• Any items exposed to weather or water shall be
free of water traps and drain holes shall be
provided where necessary.
• Electrical equipment which is not sealed against
free movement of air shall be protected from
condensation with anti-condensation heaters and
thermostatically controlled.

1.5 Substation / Electricity Meter/ Lamp Post


• Location of electricity meter or the substation
• Is adequate street lighting provided around the
plant and what is the number of lamp post
provided

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CHECKLIST
ITEMS TO BE IDENTIFIED IN THE DRAWINGS COMMENTS
YES NO
• Are all buildings and major process units at the
treatment facility lighted adequately

1.6 Buffer Zone


• The following buffer zone requirements satisfied?
30 m minimum from fence to nearest
habitable building property line within
residential and commercial development
20 m minimum from the fence of treatment
plant to the nearest property line within
industrial development
10 m minimum from the fence of the
treatment plant to the nearest habitable
building property line if the proposed
treatment plant is fully enclosed.
1.7 Effluent Discharge Point
• Where is the location of effluent discharge point
for the facility and is it clearly indicated on the
layout drawings with relation to existing receiving
water bodies.

1.8 Water Supply


• If tankers and desludging activities take place, is
there provision for stand pipes for cleaning
purposes.
• Where is the location of the stand pipe and
location for toilets for operators to change and
clean themselves after work.

2.0 Screen Chamber (Fine And Coarse Screens)


2.1 Bar Screens
• Dewatering or perforated plate or trough,
provided for ease of maintenance of the screens

2.2 Mechanically Raked Screens


• Automatic conveyor to transfer screenings to
skips.
• Screen motor located above the high water level
and access provided for maintenance.
• Provision of explosion proof floodlights.
• Provision of emergency stop button at a
convenient and visible location

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CHECKLIST
ITEMS TO BE IDENTIFIED IN THE DRAWINGS COMMENTS
YES NO
• A working platform for ease of operations and
maintenance.
• Provision of hand rail or guard (Refer to item 1.3)
• Location of screening bins must be near the
screen area.
• Bins provided should have adequate capacity and
must be equipped with leachate collection tray
and covers to prevent odour release. Bins should
be provided with rollers.

2.3 General
• Provision of staircase access with sufficient width
(Refer to item 1.3)
• All screen chamber sumps to be fully open at the
top for good ventilation
• Inlet penstock provided to isolate the inlet works
for maintenance purposes.
• All drive units shall be weatherproof

3.0 Pump Sump


• Emergency overflow pipe to by-pass the influent
sewage during power failure (away from
residents) and location of overflow pipe
discharge.
• Provision of crane for maintenance purposes
• Sufficient access to the pump station either from
the top surface or via entry from the screen
chamber
• Is dry well provided with force ventilation and air
outlet shall be located adjacent to pump motors to
assist cooling
• Lighting systems shall be interconnected with
ventilation
• Provision of handrails and MS grating (Refer to
item 1.3)
• If the valve chamber is located in the sump, the
opening of the valve chamber shall be enclosed
with MS grating
• Provision of working space or platform for ease
of operation in both wet well and valve chamber

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CHECKLIST
ITEMS TO BE IDENTIFIED IN THE DRAWINGS COMMENTS
YES NO
• Dry well adequately lit and it should be weather
proof, vapour proof and explosion proof.
• Miscellaneous Issue

4.0 Grit Chamber


• Provision of working platform along the grit
channel.
• Provision of handrails or guardrail at exposed
sumps or elevated working areas (Refer to item
1.3).
• Provision of grit storage bin or skip with rollers,
perforated tray and covers
• Easy access to the grit removal facility by dump
trucks and sufficient maneuver space (Refer item
1.2).
• To provide a chute to remove the grit into the
skips.
• To provide sufficiently big grit chamber for ease
of maintenance.
• To provide a drain pipe to drain water into the
pump sump to avoid ponding.
• Provide steps into the chamber (pump).
• Misc Issues

5.0 Grease Chamber


• Provision of working platform along the grease
chamber
• Provision of hopper to collect scum and grease
• Provision of handrails or guardrail at exposed
sumps or elevated working areas. (Refer to item
1.3)
• Provision of grease storage tank with rollers and
with drain pipes and valves at the bottom of the
tank for removal of settled solids
• Easy access to the grease removal facility by
dump trucks and sufficient maneuver space.
(Refer to item 1.2)
• Staircases must not be beneath the walkway
(staircase need to be away from walkway)
• Miscellaneous Issue

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CHECKLIST
ITEMS TO BE IDENTIFIED IN THE DRAWINGS COMMENTS
YES NO

6.0 Blower Room/Control Panel Or Room


• Provision of acoustic enclosures for blowers
including acoustic door
• Provision of exhaust fan with silencer to circulate
air around the blower room.
• Toilet facilities to be isolated from the blower
room due to heat and noise hazards.
• Provision of lifting davit for maintenance of the
blowers.
• Provision of rotating strobe light at the control
room to indicate malfunction of blower or other
equipment.
• Provision of adequate space for blower removal
or installation during maintenance.
• Water storage tank to be located in such a way
that water will not splash on the control panels.
• Control panels in the Blower/Control Panel room
is to be isolated from the blower room
• Allow at least 900 mm access space even when
cabinet doors and the like are open.
• Miscellaneous Issue

7.0 Balancing Tanks


• Sufficient walking or working space along the
tanks
• Provision of handrails or guards if the tanks are
elevated. (Refer to item 1.1 on handrail and guard
rail)
• Miscellaneous Issue

8.0 Primary / Secondary Clarifier

9.0 Biological Treatment System

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CHECKLIST
ITEMS TO BE IDENTIFIED IN THE DRAWINGS COMMENTS
YES NO

10.0 Sludge Thickener


• Provision of adequate walking or working space
• Provision of potable/clean water for regular
cleaning of the overflow weir
• Provision of force main type of pipe from the
thickener to the sludge holding tank
• Desludging pipe provided to be situated above
ground
• All sludge holding tanks to be on sloped flooring

11.0 Sludge Holding Tank


• Adequate access for desludging tanker. (Refer to
item 1.2 on access road)
• Provision of desludging pipe (if the sludge
holding tank is elevated) appropriately positioned.
• Sufficient walking or working space along the
sludge holding tank. (Refer to item 1.3).
• Provision of handrails or guards if the sludge
holding tank is elevated. (Refer to item 1.1 on
handrail and guard rail)
• Provision of desludging pipe either by force main
or gravity flow
• All sludge holding tanks to have isolating
facilities.
• Each sludge holding tank to have separate feeding
pipes with individual isolating valves.
• The top level of holding tanks to be
approximately 6 inches above ground should the
tank be below ground level.
• Overflow pipe from sludge holding tank to the
aeration tank to be of sufficient diameter to
prevent possibility of the pipe choking.
• Miscellaneous Issues

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Appendix B2 HAZOP Checklist for Pump Station

WATER SERVICES INDUSTRY ACT 2006

HAZOP CHECKLIST FOR PUMP STATION

Checklist
Items to be identified in the drawings Comments
Yes No

1. Has safe and suitable access to the wells


been provided?
2. Has a penstock been installed upstream of
the wet well to isolate the pump station
should there be a flood in relation to the
bypass and emergency overflow?
3. Has a double penstock system been
provided for safety reasons?
4. Has ventilation for all hazardous zones of
the pump stations been provided? If not
state how this area will be ventilated?
5. Is a separate ventilation system provided
for the wet wells and dry wells? If not state
how both wells have been ventilated.
6. Are the wet wells and dry wells adequately
lighted?
7. Are guard rails and safety chains around
all pits, wells, and floor openings provided
for safety reasons? State safety provisions
in this area.
8. Are all electrical installations in the pump
stations vapour proof and explosion proof.
9. Are there adequate level controls for start-
stop level of pumps in the pump station?
10. Have corrosion resistant materials been
used for the guardrails, lifting devices and
other well fittings?

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Appendix C Basic Guide of Sewerage Layout Plan Submission in Digital Format

1. INTRODUCTION

· Basic guidelines on preparing developments layout plans in digital format using AutoCAD
software or others compatible CAD software where can converted to DXF format.

2. OBJECTIVE

· The objective is to establish feature codes on digital layout plan with proper format in
layering name, element, color and object type by using CAD software. This digital layout
plan will then be use for the Catchment Planning Strategies and Geographical Information
System (GIS) and day to day Operation & Maintenance and billing purposes etc.

3. BASIC REQUIREMENT OF SOFTWARE OR FILES

3.1 Software to prepare digital layout plan.

· AutoCAD (Release 14 or latest version or others CAD software with DXF format
facility)

3.1 Backup or storage media to deliver)

· Diskette 1.44 MB (size 3.5") or Iomega Zip disk 100 MB or Compact Disk (CD)

3.3 Scale unit for layout plan Metric

4. DETAILS OF DIGITAL LAYOUT PLAN

· Lots boundary for layout plans shall be based on Certified Plan (CP) and also shall be comply
to the survey ordinance (can be obtained from Survey Department).

· Benchmark shall be accordance with the Cadastral Map sheet in Cassini coordinate system (in
metre).

· Boundary measurement shall be in metre (Refer Drawing).

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Technical requirements of layout plan depend on the type on development (Application


for one proposed element).

5.1 NO LAYERS NAME ELEMENT COLORS TYPE OF OBJECT

1 0 - - -

2 Base map Boundary lines Black Polyline

3 Benchmark Boundary lines Red Polyline

4 Layout Proposed lot lines Black Polyline

5 Road Road reserve Yellow Polyline

6 Water River/water course Blue Polyline

7 Text Text Flexible Text

8 Frame Directional Black Text and others

9 Building line Building line Flexible Polyline

10 Sewer line Sewer line Blue Polyline

11 Manhole Manhole Black Circle

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(Application for more than one proposed element.)

5.2 NO LAYERS NAME ELEMENT COLORS TYPE OF OBJECT

1 0 - - -

2 Base map Boundary lines Black Polyline

3 Boundary Boundary lines Rred Polyline

4 Layout Proposed lot lines Flexible Polyline


Residential
Commercial
Industrial
Institutional
Open space
Agricultural
Forest
Topography
Reserve area

5 Road Road reserve Yellow Polyline

6 Water course River/stream/pond Blue Polyline

7 Text Any text use Flexible Text

8 Forest Directional (inclusive of Black Text


lines and text)

9 Sewer line Sewer line Blue Polyline

10 Manhole Manhole Black Circle

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6.1 SUBMISSION

• Two (2) copies in Diskette or Zip disk or CD shall be forwarded during the submission of
design approval stage or after completion of the development(as-built drawing).

Drawing

North (y)

West,Nort East,
(-ve, +ve) (+ve, +ve)

West (-x) East (x)

West, South East,


(-ve, -ve) (+ve, -ve)

South (-y)

68 o 33" 00" 70 o 25" 00"


61
15 .3
11 75 40.38m 90.70m
0 70 0
.6 25
5” 8 m

30 m 00
” ”

247 o 04" 00" 2470 04” 00”


87.50m
45.94
m

Bench mark Boundary line

S = 24268.0
E = 58508.7 East and South Coordinate system converted to x,
y
(Unit are in meter)
x= 58508.7
y = 24268.0

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Appendix D Content for Operation and Maintenance Manuals

Table of content for Operations & Manuals


Process, Operation, Maintenance, Installation and Trouble-Shooting

This sample outline is intended as a guide to be used when developing an O&M manual. Use of this
sample outline will facilitate the development, review and approval of the O&M manual. However,
all aspects of the sample outline may not be relevant for all facilities.

Volume I : Operation
Item Description
1 Introduction
1.1 Description and Type of Development
1.2 Description and Status of Existing Treatment Facilities (Upgraded Plants)
1.2 Selection of Site
1.3 Choice of Treatment System
1.4 Effluent Quality

2 Process Description
2.1 General Process Flow
2.2 System Description
2.2.1 Physical Treatment Process
2.2.2 Chemical Treatment Process
2.2.3 Biological Treatment Process

3 Design Calculation
3.1 Basis of Design Information
3.2 Details of Design Calculations

4 Treatment Plant Operation


4.1 Initial Start-up Procedure
4.2 Testing & Commissioning
4.3 Procedure for Operating Plant Constructed in Stages or Phases
4.4 Plant Shut-down Procedure

5 Schedule of Equipment
5.1 Main Mechanical & Electrical Equipment
5.2 Pipes, Valves & Fittings, Instrumentation

6 Unit Process Trouble-shooting & Investigation


6.1 Anticipated Problems & Investigation Works
6.2 Causes of Process Disruption & Non-Compliance of Effluent Quality
6.3 Recommended Corrective Actions
6.4 Description of the appropriate response or adjustment to minimize impact of emergency situations with the potential to affect
the discharge or compliance with the permit
6.5 Periodic Maintenance Procedures for each unit process
6.6 Details on how inspections will be conducted and a schedule for the inspection of collection systems and pump stations, where
applicable
6.7 Inspection checklist
6.8 Record Keeping:
6.8.1 Date of entry, inspection observations, maintenance performed
6.8.2 Process efficiency monitoring results
6.8.3 Operating cost records and recommendations

7 Monitoring Process Efficiency


7.1 Monitoring programme
7.2 Sample equipment used to perform tests, sample locations, collection and handling
7.3 Effluent sampling-lab protocol for in-house testing or reference to off-site laboratory. Sampling and analysis manual

8 Safety & Health


8.1 Security Measures
8.2 Noise Control
8.3 Odour Control

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Volume I I: Maintenance
Item Description
Catalogues, Technical specification, Performance data, Equipment installation, Equipment trouble-shooting, Periodic
maintenance procedures, Start-up/shutdown for mechanical & electrical equipment, Spare parts inventory, Certificates of
warranty, JPP equipment approval letter, etc.
1 Pump
2 Motor
3 Gearbox
4 Penstock
5 Static Screen
6 Mechanical Screen
7 Screw Conveyor/Compactor
8 Screenings Bin
9 Grit Removal System
10 Grease Removal System
11 Scraper Mechanism Primary Sedimentation
12 Aerators
13 Diffusers
14 Mixers
15 Blowers
16 Main Control Panel
17 Scraper Mechanism Secondary Clarifier
18 Thickeners
19 Dewatering Equipment
20 Disinfection Equipment/Apparatus
21 Measuring Instruments/Devices/Sensors
22 Pipes/Valves/Fittings
23 Lifting Devices
23 Electrical Equipment
25 Diesel Generator
26 Fire-Fighting Equipment
27 Sound-Proof Installations
28 Dryer
29 Odour Control Equipment
30 Progamme Logic Controller
31 Manhole Cover/Grating

Volume III : As-Built Drawings


Item Description
Process, Hydraulic, PID, Layout, Structure, Mechanical, Electrical, Architecture, Schedule, Standard Drawings, etc.
1 Hydraulic profile & Schematic Flow Diagram
2 Schematic Flow Diagram
3 Process & Instrument Diagram (PID)
4 Site Layout
5 Plant Layout
6 Inlet Works (Primary Screen, Wet Well & Dry Well)
7 Secondary Screen & Grit/Grease Chamber
8 Equalisation Tank & Distribution Chamber
9 Aeration Tank
10 Blower House & Control Room
11 Secondary Clarifier
12 Sludge Holding Tank
13 Sludge Digester
14 Sludge Thickener
15 Sludge Dewatering
16 Sludge Drying Bed & Cake Storage Shed
17 Chlorination Plant & Disinfection Tank
18 Effluent Discharge Chamber
19 Perimeter Fencing & Lighting
20 Schematic Line Diagram for Power Supply
21 Instrument Layout of Control Panel
22 Electrical Line Diagram of all Equipment
23 Schedule of Pumps
24 Schedule of Other Mechanical Equipment
25 Schedule of Pipes, Valves & Fittings
26 Architectural Drawing of Buildings

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Item Description
27 Ladder Diagram for Programmable Logic Controller (PLC)
28 Architectural Drawings
29 Locations of Fire-Fighting Equipment
30 Mass Balance Diagram

Notes
i. A draft to be submitted for approval 60 days before date of operation of the facility and if manuals found to be inadequate, the
owner is required to make appropriate modifications.
ii. A review of the approved manuals one year after initiation of plant operation and subsequent to the review, the manuals shall be
revised to reflect actual treatment plant experience.

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Appendix E: Tabular Amounts of Performance Bonds

Population Sewer Reticulation Treatment Plant Pumping Station


Equivalent RM RM RM
PE
150 6,200 15,000 7,200
200 7,600 16,200 7,300
250 9,100 17,400 7,500
300 10,600 18,600 7,700
350 12,000 19,800 7,900
400 13,500 21,000 8,100
450 15,000 22,200 8,400
500 16,400 23,700 8,700
550 17,900 25,200 9,000
600 19,400 26,700 9,300
650 19,700 28,200 9,600
700 21,100 29,700 10,000
750 22,500 31,400 10,400
800 22,600 33,100 10,800
850 23,900 34,900 11,200
900 25,200 36,700 11,600
950 25,400 38,600 12,100
1,000 25,600 40,500 12,600
1,100 25,700 42,500 13,100
1,200 26,800 44,500 13,600
1,300 27,900 46,800 14,100
1,400 29,100 49,100 14,700
1,500 30,200 51,600 15,300
1,600 31,400 54,100 15,900
1,700 32,600 56,900 16,500
1,800 33,700 59,700 17,100
1,900 34,900 62,700 17,700
2,000 36,000 65,700 18,300
2,500 37,200 70,700 19,100
3,000 38,300 75,700 20,300
3,500 44,900 80,700 21,500
4,000 55,400 85,700 22,700
4,500 58,900 90,700 24,200
5,000 64,400 96,700 25,700
5,500 70,200 102,700 27,200
6,000 72,000 108,700 28,700
6,500 73,900 114,700 30,200
7,000 75,700 120,700 32,000
7,500 77,500 126,700 33,800
8,000 86,200 132,700 35,600
8,500 90,500 138,700 37,400
9,000 94,900 144,700 39,200
9,500 97,000 150,700 41,000
10,000 101,600 156,700 42,800
11,000 108,800 164,700 45,000
12,000 113,600 172,700 47,200

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Population Sewer Reticulation Treatment Plant Pumping Station
Equivalent RM RM RM
PE

13,000 118,600 180,700 49,400


14,000 126,300 188,700 51,600
15,000 131,500 196,700 53,800
16,000 136,800 205,700 56,300
17,000 139,400 214,700 58,800
18,000 144,900 223,700 61,300
19,000 150,400 232,700 63,800
20,000 159,100 241,700 66,300
21,000 161,900 251,700 68,600
22,000 164,700 261,700 70,900
23,000 167,500 271,700 73,200
24,000 170,200 281,700 75,500
25,000 173,000 291,700 77,800
26,000 175,800 302,700 79,800
27,000 178,600 313,700 81,800
28,000 181,400 324,700 83,800
29,000 184,200 335,700 85,800
30,000 186,900 346,700 87,800
31,000 189,700 358,700 89,000
32,000 192,500 370,700 90,200
33,000 195,300 382,700 91,400
34,000 198,100 394,700 92,200
35,000 200,900 406,700 93,000
36,000 203,600 419,700 93,800
37,000 206,400 432,700 94,400
38,000 213,100 445,700 95,000
39,000 216,000 458,700 95,600
40,000 222,900 471,700 96,200
41,000 229,900 486,700 96,800
42,000 237,000 501,700 97,400
43,000 244,200 516,700 98,000
44,000 247,200 531,700 98,600
45,000 250,200 546,700 99,200
46,000 257,700 561,700 99,800
47,000 260,800 576,700 100,300
48,000 268,300 591,700 100,800
49,000 271,500 606,700 101,300
50,000 297,500 621,700 101,800
>50,000 6/PE 12/PE 2/PE

Notes: 1. For development below 150 PE, a minimum Bond value as per 150 PE or as fixed by the
Commission shall be imposed for the duration of the Defect Liability Period.
2. Actual PE shall be rounded up to next higher PE as shown in table.
3. For works involving > 50,000 PE, the following values are to be adopted:
sewer reticulation - RM 6/PE, treatment plant - RM12/PE and pumping station - RM2/PE.

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Appendix F Standard Format for Performance Bond

THIS AGREEMENT is made on the ______ day of _________________ BETWEEN


________________________________ (hereinafter called the “Guarantor”) of the one Part and Indah
Water Konsortium Sdn. Bhd. (hereinafter called the “Indah Water”) of the other Part.

WHEREAS

A. Indah Water is authorised pursuant to the Water Services Industry Act 2006 to operate and
maintain public sewerage systems and sewer networks.

B. __________________________(the “Developer”) has constructed a sewerage plant, associated


sewerage works and sewer network (altogether known as “sewerage system”) at
___________________________________ (full details of address preferred). Pursuant to the
Water Services Industry Act 2006, the Developer must hand over the sewerage system to Indah
Water to operate and maintain the same whereupon Indah Water shall only accept the sewerage
system or part of the systems, after Indah Water is satisfied that the sewerage system or part of
the systems, as the case may be, meets the requirements set out in the approved plans,
specifications and standards.

C. Subject to para B above and rights of the parties pursuant to Water Services Industry Act 2006,
in consideration of Indah Water maintaining and operating the sewerage system, the Developer
agrees to guarantee the due performance of the sewerage system for a period of twelve (12)
months.

D. At the request of the Developer, The Guarantor agrees to irrevocably and unconditionally
guarantee the due performance of the sewerage system in the manner herein after appearing.

NOW THE GUARANTOR HEREBY AGREES WITH INDAH WATER AS FOLLOWS:

1. Upon the Indah Water’s written demand, the Guarantor shall forthwith pay to the Indah Water
up to and not exceeding the sum of Ringgit Malaysia:______________________ (hereinafter
referred to as “the said Sum”) or such part thereof as specified in such demand notwithstanding
any contestation or protest by the Developer or Guarantor or by any other third party and
without proof or condition. The total amount recoverable against the Guarantor under this
Agreement shall not exceed the said Sum. Such payment or payments shall be made by the
Guarantor within five (5) working days of the issuance of the Indah Water’s written demand.

2. Indah Water reserves the right to make any partial demands if it shall so desire and the total of
all such partial demands so made shall not exceed the said Sum and the liability of the
Guarantor to pay Indah Water the aforesaid shall correspondingly be reduced proportionate to
any payment of partial demands having been made by the Guarantor.

3. The Guarantor shall not be discharged or released from this Guarantee by any arrangement with
the Developer or any arrangement made between the Developer and Indah Water and/or any
third party in whatever manner with or without the consent of the Guarantor or by any
forbearance whether as to payment, time, performance or otherwise.

4. Whenever Indah Water makes a demand on the Guarantor, the Guarantor shall (subject to the
proviso in paragraph 1) forthwith make to Indah Water such payment of the amount so
demanded and any dispute between Indah Water, and the Developer and/or any third party as to

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the right of Indah Water to make such a demand shall not in any way relieve the Guarantor from
the obligation to pay upon such demand by Indah Water.

5. This Guarantee given by the Guarantor is a continuing guarantee and shall be irrevocable and
shall remain in force and effect from ____________ to ____________for a period of thirteen
(13) months (hereinafter referred to as ‘ the said Period’).

6. The liability of the Guarantor to make any payment hereunder shall arise upon receipt of a
demand from Indah Water to make such payment. Any demand from Indah Water shall be
submitted in writing not later than ninety (90) days after the Expiry of the said Period.

7. This Guarantee shall not be assigned without the Bank/Guarantor’s prior written consent.

8. Any failure by Indah Water to demand for payment under this Guarantee (in accordance with
the terms herein) within the period as specified in Clause 6 above shall discharge the Guarantor
of all obligations and liabilities under this Guarantee without the need for any notice by the
Guarantor to Indah Water.

9. This Guarantee shall be construed in accordance with the laws of Malaysia, and the Malaysian
Courts shall have jurisdiction to try any matter relating to this Guarantee.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF the parties hereto have hereunto set their hands the day and year first
above written.

Signed for and on behalf of the said )


Guarantor in the presence of )
)
)
………………………………………
(Witness)

Name: ……………….………….. Name: ………………………………………..

Designation: ……………………. Designation: …………………………………

Banker’s Stamp:

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Appendix G Bank Guarantee for Upgrading of Existing Public Sewerage System

THIS AGREEMENT is made on the ______ day of _________________ BETWEEN


_________________________ (hereinafter referred to as the “Guarantor”) of the one Part AND Indah
Water Konsortium Sdn.Bhd. (hereinafter referred to as the “Indah Water “) of the other part.

Whereas

A _________________________ (hereinafter referred to as the “Developer/Contractor”) to


carry out upgrading and refurbishment works (“Works’) at the existing sewage treatment
plant located at _________________________________ (“the STP”).

B. In consideration of the aforementioned and at the request of the Contractor, the Guarantor has
agreed to guarantee the due performance of the said Works to its full completion by the
Developer in the manner hereinafter appearing.

NOW THE GUARANTOR HEREBY AGREES WITH THE INDAH WATER AS FOLLOWS:

1. Upon the Indah Water’s written demand, the Guarantor shall forthwith pay to the Indah Water
up to and not exceeding the sum of Ringgit Malaysia:______________________ (hereinafter
referred to as “the said Sum”) or such part thereof as specified in such demand
notwithstanding any contestation or protest by the Developer or Guarantor or by any other
third party and without proof or condition. The total amount recoverable against the
Guarantor under this Agreement shall not exceed the said Sum. Such payment or payments
shall be made by the Guarantor within five (5) working days of the issuance of the Indah
Water’s written demand.

2. The Indah Water reserves the right to make any partial demands if it so desires and the total
of all such partial demands so made shall not exceed the said Sum and the obligation of the
Guarantor to pay the Indah Water shall correspondingly be reduced with each payment of the
partial demands.

3. The Guarantor shall not be discharged or released from this Guarantee by any arrangement
with the Developer or between the Developer and the Commission or any third party in
whatever manner with or without the consent of the Guarantor or by any alteration in the
obligations undertaken by the Developer or by any forbearance whether as to payment, time,
performance or otherwise.

4. The right of the Commission to make demands on the Guarantor under this Agreement shall
be an independent right and shall be without prejudice to any other rights of the Commission
against the Developer under the law.

5. This Guarantee given by the Guarantor is a continuing guarantee and shall be irrevocable and
remain in force and effect from ____________ to ____________for the entire period of
upgrading works (hereinafter known as the Validity Period). Immediately upon the expiry of
the Validity Period, this Guarantee shall, subject to clause 6, cease to be of any force and/or
effect and the obligations or liabilities of the Guarantor hereunder terminated or if the
Contract is deemed abandoned or terminated after the said abandonment or termination of the
said Contract (hereinafter referred to as the ‘Validity Period’), irrespective of whether the

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original of this Guarantee is returned to the Guarantor for cancellation. The Guarantor shall
extend the Validity Period for not more than One (1) year from the Validity Period
(hereinafter referred to as “Extended Validity Period) upon the request of the Commission
and the Bank Guarantee shall be deemed extended.

6. On completion of the upgrading works, the Contractor shall request for Final Inspection
before the upgraded plant can officially be handed over to the Commission. Any demand
from the Commission hereunder shall be submitted in writing to the Guarantor before the
handing over date.

7. This Guarantee shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of Malaysia
and the Guarantor hereby agrees to submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of the Courts of
Malaysia over any claim arising out of this Guarantee.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF the parties hereto have hereunto set their hands the day and year first
above written.

Signed for and on behalf of the said )


Guarantor in the presence of )
)
)
………………………………………
(Witness)

Name: ……………….………….. Name: ………………………………………..

Designation: ……………………. Designation: …………………………………

Banker’s Stamp:

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Appendix H Letter of Indemnity for Upgrading Works


(To be submitted together with WSIA/PDC/6)

Date: __________________

TO : _______________________________________________ (“Commission”)

PROJECT TITLE : _______________________________________________ (“Project”)

_______________________________________________

DEVELOPER : _______________________________________________ (“Developer”)

CONSULTANT : _______________________________________________ (“Consultant”)

PERMIT HOLDER: _______________________________________________ (“Contractor”)

The Developer has applied to National Water Services Commission (herewith referred to as
Commission) to carry out upgrading and refurbishment works (“Works’) at the existing sewage
treatment plant located at _________________________________( “the STP”) which is being
operated and maintained by Service Licensee upon the direction of the Commission. The Developer
has appointed the Contractor to carry out the Works at the STP.

In consideration of the Commission approving the Developer’s application for the Works and Service
Licensee handing over the possession of the STP to the Developer to enable the Works to be carried
out, the following terms shall apply;

1) The Developer hereby IRREVOCABLY AND UNCONDITIONALLY UNDERTAKES that


the Developer shall at all times from the date hereof fully indemnify and hold the
Commission and/or Service Licensee, harmless to the extent and in respect of all actions,
suits, proceedings, demands, claims, liabilities, damages, losses, judgments and all costs
arising out of or resulting from the Works including legal costs on a solicitors and client basis
which may be suffered by, accrued against, be charged to or recoverable from the
Commission and/or Service Licensee, arising out of the Works.

2) The Developer shall accept full responsibility for any breaches by the Developer, its
employees, agents, Contractors, Sub-Contractor, Consultants, and any other persons in the
upkeep, security, safety and health, operation and maintenance of the STP in all its entirety
and associated appurtenances, for the purpose of such Works until specifically released by the
Commission and/or Service Licensee in writing.

3) Upon a written demand from the Commission and/or Services Licensee, the Developer shall
pay the Commission and/or Service Licensee the amount specified in the said demand
notwithstanding any objections or protest by the Developer or any certificate of completion of
Works. Such payment shall be made by the Developer within seven (7) working days of the
issuance of the said written demand and paid in the manner stipulated by the Commission
and/or Service Licensee.

4) The Developer shall comply with the provisions of any laws, regulations, by laws in force and
further any conditions and directions imposed from time to time by the Commission in
relation to the execution of the Works.

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5) This Indemnity shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of Malaysia
and the Developer hereby agrees to submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of the Courts of
Malaysia over any claim arising out of this Indemnity.

6) This Indemnity shall continue to be valid and binding on Developer the notwithstanding any
change whether by way of amalgamation, reconstruction or otherwise in the constitution of
the Developer and all successors entitled and assigned thereto.

The Developer understands and is aware of the full import of taking up such indemnities and
is prepared to face and discharge its duties and responsibilities accordingly.

__________________________ __________________________
(Signature & Stamp) (Signature & Stamp)

Developer: Licensed Contractor:


Name: Name:
I/C No. : I/C No.:
Developer License No. : Commission License No.:

___________________________________________________________________________
For Official Use

Date received:
Reference No.:

c.c. Certifying Agency, Indah Water Konsortium


Operations & Maintenance Department, Indah Water Konsortium

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Appendices

Appendix I Typical Project Signboard for Upgrading Works

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